scleroscope

noun scle·ro·scope \ˈsklirəˌskōp, -ler-\

Definition of scleroscope

  1. :  a sclerometer devised especially for use with metals in which the height of rebound of a small standard object dropped from a fixed height onto the surface of a specimen is used as a measure of the hardness of the specimen

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Origin and Etymology of scleroscope

from Scleroscope, a trademark


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